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Abstract: The relation between technology and translating is part of the wider question of what technology does to language. It is now a key question because new translation technologies such as translation memories, data-based machine translation, and collaborative translation management systems, far from being added tools, are altering the very nature of the translator's cognitive activity, social relations, and professional standing. Here we argue that technologies first affect memorydoaj:8bad6de6d8cf4d89a620e222e79076f9 fatcat:igr7vvrylrbkncwyn22627qazi